Chicago, July 8, 1901
I have your very pleasant letters of 4th and 6th. I shall be glad to have a note from you after you reach Kitty Hawk, and to have the post office address to which I may write, so as to advise you of Huffaker's and Spratt's movements. I do not yet know whether the latter can get away from his farm work.
Wilbur's response, July 9, 1901